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The Forum for Expatriate Management was created in 2008 to provide both an online and real-world community for global mobility professionals. At our Chapter Meetings we bring together people and companies to form an educational, supportive and collaborative network. We are pleased to announce the inaugural meeting of the FEM Warsaw Chapter.
The Warsaw Chapter focuses on creating an exchange and networking platform for the growing number of Mobility and HR professionals in Poland and providing an opportunity for learning and knowledge exchange.
Presentation: 'Holistic view on employer and employee obligations of expatriate taxation, social and legal aspects':
This presentation will cover various tax and legal aspects on both Poland related inbound and outbound assignments as well as obligations for employees on business trips and impact on personal income tax and security issues.
Grzegorz Ogorek – PwC Poland, Tax Manager – with experience in international assignments tax for over 13 years, Grzegorz specializes in international and personal income taxation, international assignment taxation and social security law.
Blazej Podstawski – PwC Poland, Counsel / Advocate – with more than 15 years’ experience in legal practice, Blazej works on international mobility projects for businesses with Polish and foreign stakeholders across various business sectors.
Presentation: 'Smart Moves – Companies look to lower the cost of Global Mobility'
There are many ways that companies are using Global Mobility to successfully implement global talent strategies where the Millennial employees are increasingly looking for international opportunities. And in the war for talent, if companies want to keep them, low-cost mobility options have to be available. But that isn’t all: business leaders have to be on board with this “new normal” and willing to use these low-cost options. Aligning the Global Mobility program with business leaders’ expectations is a central challenge.
Panel discussion: 'HR and Mobility as a strategic business partner'
Following the presentation topics, the panel discussion will try to provide further insights into the strategic business partnership between business and strategic support functions. Magdalena will moderate a panel of Subject Matter experts as well as representatives from the Business sector and discuss the challenges and opportunities around the alignment of their objectives. The aim of the discussion is to provide a 360° view from Mobility, HR and business perspective.
Magdalena Marchlewska – PwC, CEE Global Mobility Senior Consultant - responsible for managing the international assignments within the PwC network for the Central and Eastern European countries. Magdalena brings experiences from her participation at the FEM's London Global Mobility Summits which triggered her interest in contributing to the FEM's Warsaw Chapter.
- Gracjana Kubak – Citibank, Global Mobility Coordinator, HR Rewards and Mobility Hub - responsible for managing outbound and inbound international moves at Citibank as part of the CEE HR Hub.
- Katarzyna Przybysz – DSV, Global Mobility Manager, Group HR - leads the Global Mobility function for DSV Global Transport and Logistics. As well as being responsible for the operations globally, her scope includes policy management, strategic partnership with the business and vendor relationship management.
- Business Leadership representative – TBA
Tuesday, April 10th
Dom Braci Jabłkowskich - Bracka Street 25, 00-035 Warsaw (follow the link for venue details)
08.30 – 09:15 : Light breakfast and introduction to FEM Warsaw Chapter
09:15 – 10:15 : Holistic view on employer and employee obligations of expatriate taxation, social and legal aspects (including 15 min Q&A session)
10:15 – 10:30 : Coffee break and networking session
10:30 – 11:00 : Smart Moves – Companies look to lower the cost of Global Mobility
11:00 – 12:00 : HR and Mobility as a strategic business partner
*Doors open at 8:30 for coffee and breakfast for all registered participants
- Complimentary to Corporate HR or Corporate Mobility resources that are involved in the administration of their company’s mobility program.
- €120 for global mobility suppliers, per person, assuming the supplier has a valid Supplier Membership of €400